Ambush at the furnace

Brien Selma_1.18.1We were able to film the 150th Battle of Selma on April 26th 2015! Col. Brien McWilliams leads the Federal Cavalry through Selma.

Henry SailorWhit as Henry Kieler portraying a sailor at the Battle of Mobile Bay May 24th, 2015

We’re one third of the way through the project!  We have some beautiful scenes.  But we need more help!  We need to raise another $300K.  It has been a long journey starting in 2013—Any and all help is so very appreciated!  We are happy to accept fully tax deductible donations to help finish filming UNION. If you need to make a charitable donation for 2015 why not help support this uniquely beautiful love story set against the backdrop of America’s Civil War and the women who fought behind the scenes.  Thank you for your support!

FAlogo copyWhat is fiscal sponsorship?

For donations by check please make them out to Fractured Atlas and in the memo write Unionmovie LLC.  Mail them to Whitney Hamilton/Unionmovie LLC 121 South Elliott Place, Brooklyn, NY 11217

Or make a paypal contribution to unionmoviellc@gmail.com

 

Temp track by Lisa Gerrard, “The Sea Whisperer” from Silver Tree. DP Bill Schweikert.

With Graham Greene, Henry Thomas, Bill Sage, Kim Taylor, Judy Krause, Lorraine Farris and Virginia Newcomb as ‘Virginia Klaising’

The project is also on Slated for investors.  Donate through Fractured Atlas here.  Loosely based on the book, “Firefly“.  See the Prequel filmed in 2004, “My Brother’s War“.  “Like” us on Facebook.

For further investment info please contact Whitney Hamilton – whithamilton.WH@gmail.com and Steven Beer, Franklin, Weinrib, Rudell & Vassallo, P.C. | 488 Madison Avenue | New York, NY 10022

26 thoughts on “Ambush at the furnace

  1. My gosh, Whit. This is an incredibly moving work of art. The chase, the haunting music in the background, and your monologue as you lay on the ground are such heart filling moments that I just sat stunned. Awesome!

    Sam Holman

  2. Whitney,
    When will Union be finished shooting? I would ask when it will be released, but I doubt very seriously it would go to a theater near me in Lexington, NC. So will probably have to wait to purchase it in Blu-Ray or DVD.

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